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Verizon Gives Customers One Free Year of Disney+ Access

If you plan on becoming a Verizon customer, you can get an entire year of Disney+ at no additional cost.

"Starting November 12, get your first year of Disney+ on us with Unlimited or when you switch to Fios Home Internet or 5G Home Internet," Verizon's promotional offer reads. "Then $6.99/mo after."

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"Giving Verizon customers an unprecedented offer and access to Disney+ on the platform of their choice is yet another example of our commitment to provide the best premium content available through key partnerships on behalf of our customers," Verizon Chairman and CEO Hans Vestberg said in a statement.

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Although consumers can currently sign up for Disney+ at the $6.99/month price ahead of the service's official launch next month, they also have the option of subscribing yearly for $69.99. Furthermore, Disney is offering a bundle that contains Disney+, ESPN+ and Hulu's ad-supported model for a combined price of $12.99/month.

It's also worth noting that, while Disney has expressed it isn't looking to dethrone Netflix with its new streaming service, Deadline reports that Netflix shares quickly began to drop when news of this latest promotion broke.

RELATED: Disney+ Won't Shorten the Theatrical-to-Home Video Release Time

Disney+ launches in the U.S. on Nov. 12.

(via The Hollywood Reporter)

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